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Performed by Lewis LaMedica
Written by Stephen Lang (BMI), Jamie Dunlap (BMI) and Scott Nickoley (ASCAP)
Published by Revision West (BMI) & Red Engine Music (ASCAP)
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This movie's plot revolves around a small gang as it prepares itself to take on the Casinos. As a counterpoint, a simultaneous plot evolves involving a very difficult father-son relationship. The two interwoven plots, like a piece of contrapuntal baroque music, result in a rich textured film that never bogs down.
Where "Ocean's 11" may epitomize the star-studded Hollywood con movie and "21", the real-life story adaptation, this wonderful Indie film carves out it's own territory. Believable, informative and very enjoyable.
A fine and successful effort by all involved, with special kudos to Tom Guiry for a truly remarkable performance.
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